From NYC: Behind the scenes of the Livable Streets Network

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[Publisher’s note: This story was written by Managing Editor Elly Blue during her recently concluded East Coast Tour.]

Sarah Goodyear, Livable Streets
Network editor and community manager
(Photos: Elly Blue)

While I was in New York briefly, I met up with Sarah Goodyear, editor and community manager of the recently launched Livable Streets Blog Network. Billed as “the national blog network for sustainable transport, smart growth, and livable streets,” the network is the brainchild of Aaron Naparstek, editor-in-chief of StreetsBlog.org. (Both the network and StreetsBlog are part of umbrella organizaton The Open Planning Project.)

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First New York City, now the nation: Introducing the Streetsblog Network

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Screenshot of the new Streetsblog
Network home page.

The team behind the New York City-based Livable Streets Network that includes the Streetsblog.org blog, Streetfilms, and other tools, has launched their latest project — the Streetsblog Network.

The network aims to bring together and present the best online sources for transportation and livable streets content on the web, all into one place. When it launched Tuesday there were 100 blogs in the network (including BikePortland.org) and in just a few days that number has jumped to nearly 150.

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